Art in the Forest, Northcliffe, WA

The featured image is titled ‘Treecycle’ by Cecile Williams. It is indeed made from recycled books, wood and screws.

These are more artworks that we discovered on our recent tour of Pemberton, WA. It’s an amazing trail of nature and art, cleverly designed to blend in with the natural surroundings of the forest.

Written on the Wind’
By Norma MacDonald

‘Sundew’
By Nat Williamson
‘Competitive Ground’
By Peter Hill
‘Whole, You Were Meant To Be Here’
By Lorenna Grant
‘Australia House’
By Cornelia Conrads
‘Rising From the Ashes’
By Kim Perrier

There is a whole community of artists and sculptors in this small town and you can read there story here.

Posted as part of Cee’s photographing public art

43 comments

  1. Art & nature … art in nature! Wow!
    Those trees are so very tall – it is incredible how many of the artists managed to work their art around these beauties!

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  2. Hi Alison. Thanks so much for visiting my blog, which I’ve just revived after an absence. I loved your WA nature/art adventure! And being from the Atlanta area, I especially liked “Rising from the Ashes.” Happy Tuesday!

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